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Hungarian opposition: More illegal US funds than previously known

BudapestThe result of parliamentary elections in Hungary in April 2022 has been the bane of the opposition. The defeated movement around Péter Márki-Zay received illegal funds from the US on a larger scale than previously thought, according to a recently declassified intel report. Most media outlets have been silent about it.

WHO introduces a global patient file

GenevaThe WHO has introduced a global patient file with the vaccinated and unvaccinated to be codified in future.

Macron deputy consumes cocaine but justice system closes investigation

ParisAn investigation by Médiapart revealed that the Renaissance deputy of Hauts-de-Seine Emmanuel Pellerin used cocaine, before as well as after his election.

Sweden’s NATO membership bid goes up in smoke

StockholmAfter the burning of the Quran in Stockholm, Turkey has no intention of allowing Sweden to join NATO. Sweden's Prime Minister, on the other hand, pointed to the importance of freedom of expression. The NATO Secretary General also spoke up on the matter.

Internal EU report: Asylum applications has increased by half except in Hungary

BerlinThe asylum disaster continues unabated in 2023. According to a confidential "Status Report on Migration and Refugees" by the EU Commission dated January 11, the number of asylum applications in the EU rose by around half in the past year to well over 900 000.

French pension reform: 150 000 young demonstrators according to organisers

ParisSome 150 000 students marched in Paris on January 21 against pension reform, according to the youth organisations that initiated the demonstration, but only 14 000 according to sources close to the Macron administration.

Corruption thriller: Zelensky’s deputy minister arrested

KievJust 14 days after the President of the Ukrainian National Bank (who is said to have embezzled 5,42 million euros) applied for asylum in Austria, Deputy Minister Wassyl Losynsky was arrested.  

Mild weather thus far saving Europe from an energy crisis

Countries across Europe are currently experiencing warmer-than-expected weather for the first few days of the year. Experts say that even if an energy crisis has been averted for the moment, cold weather or supply delays could still create an upheaval further down the line.

India in the grip of icy cold weather

New DelhiThe past few weeks have seen unusually cold weather sweep across northern India, with disastrous consequences for the millions of Indians who live there and are unaccustomed to the cold.

Macron announces that climate crisis has arrived ‘faster than expected’

ParisThe French president has spoken out in a YouTube video in response to comments from climate cultists, NGOs and green political opponents who were "shocked" by remarks made about the climate during his December 31, 2022 greetings.

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